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18/02/2010 - 16.05

WAKO WORLD CUP in Sao Paulo (Brasil), 14-16 May


WAKO World Cup 
It is with great pleasure that I introduce the Brazilian stage of the World Cup of Kickboxing to be held in Sao Paulo, one of the four largest cities in the world financial capital of South America, from 14th to 16th May 2010. I am personally very excited about the possibility of receiving the top athletes of today, from various countries around the world, which will enable a great exchange and development among member nations.
The Municipal Gymnasium Pacaembu, chosen for the event, is located in one of the most beautiful regions of São Paulo, near Paulista Avenue, the main financial center of Sao Paulo.
All event participants will have a special support, never offered on other steps, such as food, accommodation, internal transportation and exemption of registration fee, which is sure to attract the best athletes in the circuit in Brazil.
The event will have a structure worthy of the major professional circuits, such as lighting, stage of entry to the finals, screens and live broadcast by the channels BandSports the Bandeirantes Television Network and ESPN.
In the event, participants will have the opportunity to visit São Paulo and its attractions, a new experience.
Paulo Zorello
Programme World Cup of Kickboxing

Wednesday:  May 12, 2010.
Arrival of delegations
Thursday: May 13, 2010.
Training teams
Congress Arbitration
Friday: May 14, 2010.
Weighing official
Press Conference
Saturday: May 15, 2010.
8:00 - Arrival of athletes to the gym
9:00 - Start of competitions
18:30 - Opening ceremony
19:00 - Final
Sunday: May 16, 2010
Day free for all participants

- Full Contact
Male  75 kg
         ac. 91 Kg 
- Low Kicks
Female  60 kg
Male     71 kg 
             75 kg 
             91 Kg 
             ac. 91 Kg

- K1 Rules
Male  75 kg
          81 Kg
          91 Kg
          ac. 91 Kg


Municipal Gymnasium Pacaembu
The organization will be responsible for the costs of running athletes (only one per category, per team/country), a coach and a referee, and domestic transport, accommodation and meals.